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THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR EYES

Connecting you with your local independent optician

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Why use local independent opticians?

Part of their local community, these highly trained optometrists offer a personalised service to everyone who walks through their door.

Dedicated to customer care, independent opticians provide you with their time, knowledge and a range of eyewear frames that often cannot be rivalled anywhere else on the high street.

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Personal Service

Independent opticians provide that personal touch and make you feel like you are their only patient.

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Quality

The quality of your glasses is much higher due to the fact that independent opticians stock top brands.

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Local Community

Your local independent opticians are part of your community and become one of your friends.

Not a 100% sure you need an eye test?

If you're not 100% sure that you need to go for an eye test, take a look at our eye symptoms and conditions to put your mind at ease.

Recently added independent practices
Alan Miller Optometrists
Alan Miller Opticians in Irlam have been taking care of the visual health of the local community for over 60 years.We specialise in eye care and hearing care.
Andrew Laird Optometrists
Andrew Laird Opticians are your local independent opticians in St Thomas, Exeter and have been caring for the local community since 1987.
Clamp Optometrists
As an established independent Optician in Cambridge, we take the time to treat all our clients as individuals, so come & experience our excellent customer service from our friendly, professional staff
Urquhart Opticians
At Urquharts Opticians in Kilmarnock, our mission is to make a difference to people's life by helping them to see more clearly.
Frequently asked questions

We publish frequent articles answering the most commonly asked questions about eye health.

  • Can I book an eye test online?

    Yes, many opticians now give you the option to book an eye test via their website or through an external booking system. We help you find independent opticians you can book with instantly and conveniently.

    Not sure how to book?

    Read our step-by-step guide on how to search for your local optician.

  • How do I book a free NHS eye test?

    Yes, many opticians now give you the option to book an eye test via their website or through an external booking system. We help you find independent opticians you can book with instantly and conveniently. Not sure how to book? Read our step-by-step guide on how to search for your local optician.

  • When should I book an eye test?

    You should go to your local optician at least once every two years. Depending on your current vision and health, you may be instructed to do this more regularly. If you do not currently have a local optician you visit to monitor your eye health, use our search tool to book an eye test today.

  • Can I book an eye test for my child?

    Yes, you can book your child in for an eye test.

    You should book them in for their first eye test when they are around 4 years old. If you have any concerns about their vision prior to this, there are tests your optician can use to determine their vision ability.

Need a professional opinion?

Get in touch with knowledgeable independent opticians for an expert opinion on your eye health.

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